This program is 29 minutes long
(Prairieville, Louisiana: Linzie Janies) A state of emergency in several states due to tornadoes in the South featured; scenes shown of damages in Prairieville, Louisiana, waterspouts on the lake, hail & rain in Texas. [WOMAN - describes what happened.].
(Studio: David Muir, Rob Marciano) The dangers of the tornado storm system discussed; weather maps shown.
(Kalamazoo, Michigan: Alex Perez) The random shooting spree in Michigan by Uber driver Jason Dalton@ in between driving reviewed; scenes shown from Kalamazoo of Dalton on surveillance video in a gun store & from sites of the shootings with victims's photos. [Gun store MAN - comments.] [Victim's MOTHER - comments on her daughter.]
(Las Vegas: Tom Llamas) The Republican showdown in Nevada with Donald Trump leading his opponents featured; scenes shown of the campaign; details given about endorsements for Marco Rubio. [TRUMP - calls Ted Cruz a liar & a baby; threatens a protester.] [CRUZ - responds to Donald.] [RUBIO - says many oppose Trump as the nominee.] [John KASICH - talks about his purpose.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Columbia, South Carolina: Cecilia Vega) New questions about presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's e-mail issue & the campaigning by Bernie Sanders featured; scenes shown from South Carolina; details given about Super Tuesday. [SANDERS - says he respects Clinton.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The legal battle by the Justice Department in the case of retrieving information from terrorist Syed Farouk's iPhone examined; scenes shown of protests by Apple supporters. [Microsoft founder Bill GATES@- calls this a specific case where the government is asking for specific information.] Pew poll statistics on Apple & the phone cited.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The questions about where those housed at Guantanamo Bay's prison would go if the facility were to close examined; details given about the detainees left & a potential legal battle led by Republicans. [President OBAMA - says keeping it open is against our values.] [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - responds to reporter's question.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The lawsuit brought by sports reporter Erin Andrews against a Tennessee Marrioot hotel & a stalker, Michael Barrett@, who videotaped her in the nude, featured; scenes shown from the Nashville courtroom. [Andrews attorney Randall KINNARD@, Marriott attorney Marc DEDMAN@- outline their cases.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The story of 80-year-old school Tennessee bus driver "Mr. Joe" Thompson, who recently won a Grammy with the Fairfield Four gospel group, presented; scenes shown from the Grammy awards. [THOMPSON - thanks Wilson County.]